If you're too fat, you'll lose weight here; if you're too thin you'll gain weight here. That's the balance Chef Davies-Tight, an animal-freer, seeks and finds along with the sublime in all of it. Chef Davies-Tight experiments with popular weight loss methods to develop her own. WHY can wait!
GOP VEG FEAST FOR THE FIGURE – fat-free Green Orange Purple. Asparagus and green beans cooked till tender, no seasoning except the salted water! Baby Purple Potatoes and baby carrots. Coated with agar gel as an oil or melted margarine replacement. Tossed with cilantro and garlic. Serve with an orange marmalade glaze. No oil please!Continue reading “GOP Veg Feast For The Figure – fat-free”
ASPARAGUS BLACK BEAN POTATO SOUP fat-free Kraft dried Minute Tapioca creates the fatty mouth feel in this hearty fat-free soup. Sporting an elegantly artistic flavor arrangement, I’d say it’s an exciting blend of Indian, Spanish, Italian and French! Makes 7 cups
FRESH CORN AND VEGGIE POT No added fat is fat-free to me. Okay, so soy beans have some fat, but it’s negligible. Considering there’s no fat in this dish, it surprised me how filling it was. Tasty too! Makes 19 cups
VEGGIE STEAM POT Fresh steamed baby carrots, green cabbage, green beans, broccoli buds, asparagus. This is a snack for me throughout the day – a few days. No seasoning, no oil, just plain veggies. It satisfies my hunger, it’s not addicting and I feel like I’m doing something healthy for myself. It’s not a fat-packerContinue reading “Veggie Steam Pot”
ASPARAGUS AND EDAMAME FRIED RICE Red and white rice pan-fried with red onion and celery. Mixed with RED FORK Asparagus Skillet Sauce, then tossed with asparagus and edamame. Served with a Smoky Russian Dressing! Makes 9-1/2 cups
8 High-Protein Vegetables Slabs of meat don’t have to be the only protein-rich items on your dinner plate. Check out which vegetables provide the protein boost you’re looking for. Stephanie Smith And Krissy Kendall, PhD August 25, 2017 No, we’re not talking about sprinkling your greens with a scoop of protein powder or chasing thoseContinue reading “8 High-Protein Vegetables”
Once every week or two after going grocery shopping, I prep the fresh vegetables I’m going to be eating like snacks. This week it was brussel sprouts, broccoli (including the trimmed and sliced stems into rounds), spinach, green beans, asparagus and corn. I just eat them plain. Nothing on them. Same thing with the cornContinue reading “JUST PLAIN IS JUST FINE WITH ME”